The full collection will be available at Uniqlo Orchard Central Global Flagship, ION Orchard and online stores.
Uniqlo is collaborating with French chic brand, Ines de la Fressange, with the fall/winter collection launching on Aug 27.
The full collection will be available at Uniqlo Orchard Central Global Flagship, ION Orchard and Uniqlo’s online store, while a partial lineup will be carried at selected stores.
The latest collection, which features 41 items, including dresses, pants and skirts, shirts, outerwear, knits and accessories, delivers the “sophisticated and relaxed styling characteristics” of Ines, Uniqlo said in a press release.
The collection expresses a “cosy atmosphere”, with the lineup radiating nostalgia and warmth. With a base of beige moss-green earth tones, the items offer an expanded range of stylings such as cashmere blend knit ponchos and 3D knit dresses with a simple yet shapely and attractive silhouette.
The collection also includes items with check patterns or lovely small floral accents, ensemble knits in a gorgeous lambswool material, and a characteristically Ines style of masculine jacket.
For the collection, outwear is priced from $99.90 to $249.90, pants and skirts from $59.90 to $99.90, shirts from $49.90 to $99.90 for shirts, knits from $49.90 to $149.90, dresses from $79.90 to $99.90, and accessories from $12.90 to $79.90.
Ines de la Fressange is a French model, style icon, fashion designer and perfumer who was inducted into the International Best Dressed List Hall of Fame in 1998.
Visit this link to check out the collection.
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